Matthew Eskuche in Review: Fast Food Aesthetics
In “Dollar Menu: A Fast Food Aesthetic,” Pittsburgh-based glass artist Matthew Eskuche elevates glasswork—a medium traditionally considered as craft—to a platform for consumerist critique.
In his exhibition “Drawn from Memory,” Evan Lee, in a departure from his forays into photographic experiments and still life, takes up subject matter drawn from the everyday. Whereas his previous work often played with double meanings in a somewhat surreal, paranoid-critical way, here Lee favours a direct representation of his subjects.
Karin Bubaš’s most recent solo exhibition features a new photographic series by the Vancouver artist: Studies in Landscape and Wardrobe extends her pursuit of the compositional integration of human form and psychology. The images depict stylishly dressed women in park settings.